parametric statistics


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parametric statistics

The class of statistics based on the assumption that the samples measured are from normally distributed populations.
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Naturally, Taleb's methods do not depend on parametric statistics. We suspect that psychologists can learn to deal with Black Swans by reading this book.
Also, with the LPC method parametric statistics can now be used to analyze paired comparison scale values.
These are not longitudinal studies of the same children, but they do represent national samples of the population drawn with considerable sophistication - one of the few instances, in fact, where all students in the population being sampled actually have an equal chance of being in a sample, a requirement if parametric statistics are to be used properly.
One of these methods is parametric statistics which are more useful when the data are continuous.
Parametric statistics and ordinal data: A pervasive misconception.
from Schumpeterian economics of innovation and Keynesian demand policies), with key empirical studies (using cutting edge methods in complexity science, non parametric statistics, as well as detailed case studies of business and industry histories).